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Guiding you to graduation and beyond
The role of academic advising within the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health is to support students in their academic endeavors, in making informed and responsible decisions, and in setting and achieving short- and long-term goals.
- Study plans and course scheduling/sequencing
- Degree requirements for majors and minors
- University policies and procedures and important academic information
- University offices and resources
- Academic success strategies
- Registration concerns and LOCUS help
- Degree audits
- Transfer credit
- Academic performance, probation, and dismissal
- Course overload (more than 18 credit hours) or part-time status (fewer than 12 credit hours)
- Pass/no-pass or audit courses
- Repeating courses
- Late registration
- Incomplete grades
- Dropping a class
Academic advising for juniors, seniors, and transfer students is managed by the Parkinson School’s Academic Advising Office. First-year and second-year students are advised through the Office of First and Second Year Advising.
You may schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor using the Navigate mobile app or desktop version. Advisors are currently offering both in-person and virtual appointment options.
Meet your Academic Advisors
Jenna Donovan is the Academic Advisor for all undergraduates enrolled in the Applied Health Sciences and Healthcare Administration departments including the following programs:
You can schedule an appointment with Jenna by using Navigate. If you are interested in the Parkinson School, but have not declared a major, please contact Jenna directly for advising support.
Office: Lake Shore Campus, SJH Room 127
Keith Kramer is the academic advisor for all students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health program. You can schedule an appointment with Keith by using Navigate. If you are interested in the Parkinson School, but have not declared a major, please contact Keith directly for advising support.
Office: Lake Shore Campus, SJH Room 128
Graduate students are advised by faculty and staff in their respective programs. For advising support, please reach out directly to your graduate coordinator or program director.
Meet your Graduate Coordinators
Daphney Colinet is the graduate coordinator for students enrolled in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program, including the following dual-degree programs:
- Doctor of Medicine/MPH
- Master of Social Work/MPH
- Bachelor of Science in Public Health/MPH
- Bachelor’s degree from SES/MPH
Contact Daphne directly with any questions or to schedule an appointment.